James Gillray: An English Source for David's Les Sabines

Dominici, Karen
September 1983
Art Bulletin;Sep83, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p493
Academic Journal
Describes the paintings of artist James Gillray during the 18th century. Profile of Gillray; Exhibit on of the 'Les Sabines' painting of artist James Gillray on December 22, 1799; Importance of his art engraving 'Sin, Death, and the Devil'; Themes and styles of his painting.


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